FAQs

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Who is KMR Group Foundation?

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KMR Group Foundation was founded by Vancouver business people and philanthropists, Kate Jones and Marty Rifkin. Through their generous funding the KMR Group Foundation supports many different acts of compassion, such as feeding the hungry, protecting children from abuse and providing some measure of comfort to the parents of hospitalized kids. But perhaps the most gratifying aspect of KMR’s work lies in the support the Foundation offers to its scholarship recipients. KMR sees this assistance not only as a gift, but as a profound investment in its own community and in our shared future.

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Who can apply for the KMR Group Foundation scholarship?

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Applicants must be high school seniors graduating from an accredited high school in Clark County with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and a need of financial assistance. Applicants must be currently enrolled or enrolling in Clark College, to begin during the fall term or semester.

For a full list of scholarship requirements and eligibility, CLICK HERE.

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What happens if I choose to attend a school other than Clark College?

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Because our focus is local, the KMR Group Foundation scholarship is only available to those attending Clark College.

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What is the amount of the KMR Group Foundation Scholarship?

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Each scholarship is unique and has its own award amount. They range in value from $1,000 – $3,500 per school year and may be renewable for up to four years, provided the recipient conforms to the requirements set forth in the award.

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When will I know whether I’ve been awarded a scholarship?

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All applicants will receive notification by May 31.

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Can I make changes to my application after it is submitted?

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Once an application is submitted, no changes may be made. Please email info@kmrgrp.com if you have questions.

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I missed the scholarship application deadline. Is there anything I can do?

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All deadlines are strictly enforced to. We do not accept late applications.